Hi again Tara, I'm really having issues (as normal) with HIV OCD. Particularly bad this time. Had what seems to be a cold for weeks now. I'm a student, so my diet isn't great (lots of fast food) and I drink a lot. I'm thinking it has possibly taken a long time to go away because of this, but I'm still having big obsessions that it is HIV. My friend recently got a cold and I think I've got it, have been feeling really giddy, bunged up and my glands have been flared up and painful. It's just a constant worry and I don't know what to do.
Hope you feel better soon!
I was reading about your stomach problems. I've had IBS ever since I was a kid, whenever I get upset, I get awefull diarrhea w/mucous, and a lot of spasms. I had a colonoscopy last year, everything was fine.
Your nerves can really do a number on your stomach! Have your doctor consider this, that you might have IBS, or a spastic bowel? When mine hits, not even the over the counter helps stop it, i need a script to help.
Hope that you get some answers soon,
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